As the world relaxes its COVID restrictions, hot vax summer draws nigh but not everyone is excited. There are those of us who are anxious, hesitant and scared because we might not look the same as we did before the pandemic.
Do my jeans even fit anymore? Did I grow another chin? I think I lost all the definition in my calves from not walking to the bus stop.
Malaysian pianist and actress Cathryn Li Yuanling has sparked a discussion about body image on social media after posting an Instagram Story saying that any size above a medium is “sinful.”
In the Story posted to Cathryn’s now-deleted Instagram page, the 30-year-old artist encouraged some of her close followers to go down to a size XS/XXS, and called a medium and above “as sinful as obesity.”
A fitness instructor from Los Angeles, California has ignited discussion about body positivity on social media after posting a series of images showing the evolving beauty standards throughout the ages.
Aiffa Syakirin Abd Maji, a Malaysian Grab driver, recently tied the knot with Badr Kebdani, a passenger she met two years ago, and netizens congratulated the couple as their wedding photos went viral.
The pair’s love story began in 2015 when Badr was traveling to Singapore and Malaysia for vacation.
“Fresh Off the Boat” author and restaurateur Eddie Huang has joined forces with MeUndies to launch his Pandamonium undergarment collection that aims to celebrate positive body image.
“I’m Asian, fat, and I’m short. These are like the three cardinal sins of being an underwear model,” Huang joked in a recent interview with GQ.